Clay Golem (FFXII)

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Clay Golem
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Clay Golem is an enemy from Final Fantasy XII that appears in the Mosphoran Highwaste.


Contents

[edit] Stats

STATS
Level HP MP Strength Magic Pwr Vitality
31-32 6283-6393 999 32-34 18-19 34
Speed Attack Pwr Defense Magic Res Evasion Exp
15-16 43-46 22-24 24-25 0 1884-2037
LP CP Gil
2 252-349 0
Elemental Properties
Fire Ice Lightning Water Wind Earth Holy Dark
- - - - Weak - - -
Items
Drop Steal Poach
Earth Magicite (common)
Solid Stone (uncommon)
Iron Pole (rare)
Hi-Potion (very rare)
Earth Magicite (common)
Gold Needle (uncommon)
Chronos Tear (rare)
Solid Stone (common)
Quality Lumber (rare)
Other Info
Immunities Berserk, Blind, Charm, Confuse, Disable, Disease, Doom, Immobilize, Lure, Petrify, Poison, Reverse, Sap, Silence, Sleep, Stop
Attacks/Abilities Aero, Dark, Focus, Lunge, Reflect, Tri-Attack, Watera, Wild Charge
Other -


[edit] Bestiary Entry

NO.: 118

GENUS: Construct

CLASSIFICATION: Golem


[edit] Observations

Being a magickal construct of brick and mortar. The furnace in its chest, which powers its locomotion, is fed by its own clay, meaning that is must periodically restore itself in much the same way as we require sustenance to live.

Though its inexpensive materials and ordinary workmanship make for an inelegant weapon of war, its aptitude for repair makes it the ideal automaton for a range of other tasks, both in the laboratory and in the field.

It is a sign of the low cost of fabrication that once the creation received orders, they cannot be revoked, hence the sight of golems from a defeated and forgotten army roaming the land in search of an enemy long since dead and gone.


[edit] Sage Knowledge (65 of 78)

Mosphoran Highwaste

Mighty mountain range standing between Dalmasca and Nabradia. Well-known for its odd rock formations: overhangs forming roofs over the mountain paths, and lone spires of rock jutting toward the sky.

In a col between the peaks is a flat area where spring water bubbles from the ground, creating an ideal resting place for weary travelers.

The shrines standing in the clearing were built during the Galtean Alliance, the names of the gods they enshrine long since lost to the ken of Man.

Last edited by Tifabelle on 8 July 2013 at 08:25
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